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Timothy Raser

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Professor of French

Tim Raser came to UGA in 1985 after a first job at the University of Tulsa; here he teaches lower-level language courses, undergraduate literature surveys, and graduate courses in French.  His research has to do with 19th-century poetics and æsthetics; his most recent book (2015) is titled "Baudelaire and Photography."  His current project concerns Hugo's writings on the death penalty. 

Research Interests:

French literature, 19th-century poetics and æsthetics.

Education:

1973  BA (French) Columbia University

1976  BA (French) Oxford University

1982 PhD (French) Yale University

More of My Students

French PhD Student

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